Millions Of Students Face Uncertainty Over Exam Schedule in Punjab

Tens of millions Of College students Face Uncertainty Over Examination Schedule in Punjab


Over 4 million matric and intermediate college students in Punjab are going through ambiguity over the delay of the schedule of the annual exams due to the variations between the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) and the Training Ministry.

The PBCC issued the date sheet for the fifth time on Thursday to conduct bodily exams, whereas a faction of scholars remains to be demanding on-line assessments.

In the meantime, the non-public college associations have additionally expressed dissatisfaction over the ministry and the committee’s determination relating to the marks method for the exams.

Steady modifications within the examination schedule from the PBCC have stored thousands and thousands of scholars enrolled with boards of intermediate and secondary schooling (BISEs) in a quandary.


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In response to official figures, some 2.6 million college students are enrolled in grades 9 and 10, whereas 2.4 million are in grades 11 and 12 within the province. These college students have but to be given one closing schedule for exams which are set to begin inside three weeks.

In response to the brand new schedule determined throughout a PBCC assembly in Sargodha, the board exams will begin on July 10.

To settle down the protesting college students, the committee has determined to conduct exams for elective topics, whereas the marks for obligatory topics may even be awarded on this foundation.

Nevertheless, a lot of college students, most of them from public faculties, are nonetheless not prepared for exams, demanding them to be delayed by not less than three months as their programs had not been accomplished.


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Whereas each the schooling ministry and the PBCC are adamant to carry exams subsequent month, the President of the Non-public Colleges Administration Associations, Kashif Adeeb Jawdani, has come out in help of scholars’ calls for.

“We predict that the scholars’ calls for are justified and apart from this, we’re additionally involved as a result of the PBCC earlier issued the examination schedule 4 occasions. We don’t need the way forward for even a single pupil jeopardized, so the schooling ministry ought to seek the advice of all stakeholders.”

Adeeb Jawdani identified that lessons haven’t been held for an extended interval in a number of districts because of the coronavirus lockdown and feared that a lot of college students from such areas may fail within the exams if their considerations weren’t heeded.

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